7 positives, 10 negatives, and 3780 words about the Ravens 22-19 OT loss to the Colts

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Negative: Fumbles, fumbles, fumbles, fumbles

Lamar Jackson fumbled twice, Kenyan Drake fumbled once, and Sam Mustipher snapped a wild ball accounting for the fourth such error on Sunday.

Coincidentally, Fumble King Melvin Gordon played but didn't lose a single ball through 10 carries for 32 yards, including the second-longest one by a Raven going for 15 yards and only topped by a Lamar 16-yard run.

Edwards topped at 14 yards in his longest rushing play before leaving the game in the fourth quarter.

"You have to protect the football," Harbaugh said after the game. "If we’re going to be a winning football team, then we’ve got to understand that you can’t spot them possessions like that. You’ve got to hold onto the football."

Fumbling once is acceptable. Fumbling twice is passable. Fumbling three times is hurting. Fumbling four freaking times in a single game against the Indianpolis Colts simple turned a "trap game" into a nightmare. Impossible to win that win.